Equipping families to make disciples

Learn more about N.C. Baptist’s new Faith at Home ministry, which seeks to help churches equip parents and grandparents for disciple-making in the home.[more]


Pray for 30 peoples this April

During the month of April, join with N.C. Baptists in praying for 30 different peoples in our state who are unreached with the gospel.[more]


3 reasons you should pray for 30 days for 30...

Why should you get involved with the "30 Days, 30 Peoples" prayer emphasis? Here's what you need to know.[more]


Can my church become a sending church?

What are the benefits of being a sending church? Here are seven motivations for becoming a sending church to advance the kingdom and impact lostness through disciple-making.[more]


How to engage millennials for Christ

As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Alvin Reid of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary shares how we can impact the next generation with the gospel.[more]


Resources for making, growing disciples

This month, we’ve put together five resources to help you reach both Christians and nonbelievers.[more]


Leading change through family ministry

Discipling parents is a biblical admonition, but one that is often neglected or overlooked, writes Mark Smith of the Faith at Home ministry of the Baptist State Convention of North...[more]


2017 NCMO theme: ‘Eyes to see’

The world we live in is broken, hurting and lost. The 2017 North Carolina Missions Offering theme aims to help N.C. Baptists respond to this lostness and suffering.[more]


Leading change through diaspora missions

How do we help church members reach the unreached people groups who are now our neighbors? BSCNC consultant Zac Lyons shares four keys.[more]


Churches that want to lose people

As part of our "Leading Voices" series, Pastor J.D. Greear of the Summit Church in Raleigh-Durham shares why churches should want to lose people.[more]


Disciple-Making: Q&A with Ed Newton

What are some keys to connecting with others for the sake of the gospel? Disciple-Making Conference speaker Ed Newton shares some thoughts.[more]


Leading change through children’s ministry

Churches need to focus on equipping parents to disciple their children at home, writes Cheryl Markland, childhood evangelism and discipleship consultant with the BSCNC.[more]


3 keys to a healthy, growing marriage

Small annoyances can add up to big problems in marriage when left unattended. Here are three ways couples can catch those “little foxes.”[more]


Four biblical ways to pray for race relations

The Scriptures teach us that the key to oneness and love for all mankind is prayer, writes Chris Schofield of the BSCNC’s Office of Prayer.[more]


Disciple-Making: Q&A with Tabatha Frost

Tabatha Frost will lead a women's evangelism and discipleship equipping session at the upcoming Disciple-Making Conference at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.[more]


5 resources for reaching the lost at home

This month, we’ve put together five resources to help you learn more about how to reach the lost people around you.[more]


BSCNC to advance disciple-making strategy in...

The BSCNC will expand its focus of engaging high concentrations of non-Christians who are located in 250 identified “pockets of lostness" across the state.[more]


Ministries at a glance — winter highlights

Get to know a little more about some BSCNC ministry happenings through this quarter's ministry highlights.[more]


Meet the Disciple-Making Conference speakers

Learn more about Micah Fries, D.A. Horton and Ed Newton as we look forward to this year’s Disciple-Making Conference on Feb. 27 at Center Grove Baptist Church in Clemmons.[more]


The nations have come to North America

Although the greatest physical and spiritual needs in the world exist outside of North America, many of the least-reached places and peoples are here.[more]


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